Is 2 bundles and a closure enough?
Two bundles, and a closure are more than sufficient. However, if you wanted an extremely thick bob, you would need 3-4 bundles but if looking for a longer bob perhaps shoulder length with extreme fullness an extra bundle would get the job done. Size Of Your Head: Most head circumference is 21”- 24” inches.
How many bundles do I need for a sew-in with a closure?
You will need to use a minimum of two bundles with your closure. But as I stated above, the longer the hair, the shorter the weft, so keep that in mind. If you’re trying to achieve any look other than a bob, we will always advise you to purchase three bundles with your closure. Always keep the length in mind!
Do you put the longest bundle first?
It should be pretty straightforward really, the longest layers always go at the back!
What length should my closure be?
You most likely want to buy a Closure shorter than the length of the rest of the hair. For example if you are buying all 12” hair you probably wouldn’t buy a 16” closure. … You could choose longer length closures since there are no concrete rules when it comes to hair.
Should I get all my bundles the same length?
If you want a very full look of similar lengths you should get most of your hair the same length. To get a layered look all the lengths can be different but should remain in ascending order, for example 14”, 16” and 18”. … If you are buying longer than 22” we generally advise a fourth bundle of hair may be required.
How does a free part closure look?
For free part closure, you can part is anywhere. You can make a zig-zag part,a curvy part,and you can part it any way that you can part your regular hair. … The hair will look like it comes from your scalp.
Is a sew in reusable?
Can you reuse bundles after sew in? The lowdown: With a sew-in weave, you can change your length, volume, hair color, and texture with minimal upkeep. … But once you invest, you can reuse your faux hair for at least one year.
What not to do with sew in extensions?
The Dos and Don’ts of Hair Extension Care
- DO take breaks. …
- DO avoid salty or chlorinated water. …
- DO use hair care products. …
- DO keep brushing your hair regularly. …
- DON’T wash your hair regularly. …
- DON’T expose your hair to too much heat. …
- DON’T sleep with wet hair.